Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. It was just too interesting of a name not to Scénario - Various - Glauques Trépas, too interesting of a description or lack thereof to pass up a listen Untitled - Unknown Artist - Untitled too good a listen to forget.
The music is washy, shrill Black Metal fogging out over a sea of clattering drums. It sounds like a live recording, quiet and blurry but it's not so awful sounding as to Every Tear Disappears - St. Vincent - St. Vincent off the initiated. The murky nature of the recording makes the guitars an amorphous force so much that I can't tell how many there are or if there are ambient keyboards.
The drums aren't at the extreme end of speed or technicality but it is a real person swinging away. The vocals come out of the depths to the front of the mix, as if a cavernous croak from a windswept Hell. I don't follow the contemporary lo-fi Black Metal scene, so my best comparison will be early Ulver. With no information about the players or lyrics, part of the draw is the mystery. Untitled is an honest musical statement, with no credit is sought, like a Black Metal cave painting.
I feel very strongly this deserves abut why? To me, it is the "essence" of Black Metal music, Untitled - Unknown Artist - Untitled obscure and confounding. It's not for everyone, weeding out the impatient and the weak willed.
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